One of the most popular gaming franchises of all time, Gran Turismo, has released a new trailer for its next instalment, Gran Turismo 7. Together with the trailer release, Sony also confirmed the game will be available for both PlayStation 5 and Playstation 4. On the downside, Gran Turismo 7 won’t be launched until next March due to the development of the game being affected by the pandemic, but judging from its stunning trailer, this is a title worth waiting for.
What gamers generally most look forward to is the vehicle roster in Gran Turismo games. From the short trailer, we’ve spotted the return of Mercedes-Benz CLK LM, while vision GTs specifically designed for gaming — such as the Lamborghini Lambo V12 and the Jaguar Vision GT track version — also share some screen time. There’s a quick glimpse of Ferrari FXX-K towards the end of the trailer, and the Porsche 917 Living Legend concept, Nissan Skyline GT-R, the original Honda NSX, Castrol Toyota Supra, Mazda MX-5, and many more have made it to the game.
The trailer also reveals some of the gameplay features. For example, players can take the car they own to over 2,500 photo locations across 43 countries in order to capture ]photorealistic shots. The time and weather change simulations are based on the latest meteorological observation data to best match the complexities of nature. Lastly, the extensive tuning possibilities, including the livery editor, have given the game much more depth, allowing the player to build a unique virtual car collection that can be proudly show off.